Things literally got hairy in San Diego when the cast and brains behind MTV's Teen Wolf hit town for Comic-Con, joined by a member of their stunt team in full costume. Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig and Dylan Sprayberry greeted the throngs of fans, along with executive producer Jeff Davis.
Beacon Hills is getting three new faces on Monday's Teen Wolf.
Dylan Sprayberry, Mason Dye and Khylin Rhambo come aboard the lacrosse team this week and cause quite a stir when one, in particular, demonstrates "were-cheetah"-like skills. But it's not just their good looks and athletic prowess that gets attention. This week the "death pool" begins rising, and the three are quickly brought into the fold.
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The first wave of nominations for the 2014 Teen Choice Awards were announced Tuesday, and there's not a mad man, good wife, or Lannister in sight.
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Forget Emily, how will Victoria handle David's return on Revenge? — Micah
David won't be Victoria's first concern. That honor belongs to Emily, since she put Victoria in the psych ward. "[Victoria] takes stock in the horrible things that Emily has done and the chaos she has rained down on the Grayson family," executive producer Aaron Harberts told my colleague Robyn Ross. "She's going to be pissed and she'll come out swinging. As Emily is trying to create a new, more positive life for herself... Victoria is going to be coming up behind her." But David will eventually be caught in the middle of that battle. "He's going to cause a lot of problems because he's at a point where these two women's lives intersect," Harberts says.
What's coming up for Abbie and Jenny on Sleepy Hollow? — Harriet
A sibling love triangle! Although executive producer Heather Kadin says the formerly estranged sisters will be on the "same side" more in Season 2, "there may be...
MTV is staying in the Snooki & JWOWW business, but is also adding additional scripted projects to its slate, the network announced at its upfront presentation Thursday.
The network ordered new seasons of Snooki & JWOWW as well as additional cycles of The Real World and Girl Code. Snack-Off, a new cooking competition show about amateur chefs battling in an array of snack- inspired challenges, premieres Thursday, July 10 at 10:30/9:30c.